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Day 22 - Tuesday, March 9, 2010

GPB News - Politics

Arguments On The Confederate Flag

A dozen NAACP members from Georgia gathered at the Dodge County Courthouse last week to call for the removal of the Confederate flag that flies on the courthouse grounds. We speak with the head of the NAACP in Dodge County and the spokesman for the Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans on the meaning of the flag.

Looking Back On An Historic Day: Same-Sex Marriages Begin In Georgia

Just after 10 am, emails starting pinging and breaking news alerts dinging. The Supreme Court ruled gay couples have a right to marry in all 50 states.

Deal: Georgia Will Follow Federal Law

Following today’s Supreme Court ruling that legalizes gay marriage in all states, Gov. Nathan Deal said Georgia will follow federal law.

Despite Obamacare, One In Five Adult Georgians Still Uninsured

GPB's Rickey Bevington spoke with Andy Miller of Georgia Health News about what the Supreme Court ruling means for Georgia healthcare and politics.

Talking Racial Divides and Healing After Charleston

GPB's Michael Caputo talks with Doug Thompson, a professor of History and Southern Religion at Mercer University, on how to talk about race after the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.
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